61st Congress > House > Vote 129

Date: 1910-06-23

Result: 138-133

Vote Subject Matter: Social Welfare / Regulation Special Interest

Sponsor: TAWNEY, James Albertus (R-MN)

Bill number: HR25552

Description: TO RECEDE FROM DISAGREEMENT AND CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENT #76 TO H.R. 25552, WHICH AMENDMENT ELIMINATES PROVISION THEREIN THAT NO MONEY SHALL BE SPENT IN THE PROSECUTION OF ANY ORGANIZATION OR INDIVIDUAL HAVING IN VIEW INCREASING WAGES, SHORTENING HOURS, OR BETTERING LABOR CONDITIONS OR ANY ACT DONE IN FURTHERANCE THEREOF NOT IN ITSELF UNLAWFUL. (P. 8847-2)

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 45-8, p. 8852; House Journal vol. 61-2, p. 830;

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